(AGI) Rome, Sept 9 - Italy's interior minister, AngelinoAlfano, said Italy "does not occupy a secondary place" as atarget of international terrorism, and likewise for Rome, "theheart of Christianity". "At the moment there are no reportedinvestigative findings of plots against Italy", he toldparliament on Tuesday. "However, stronger legislation onterrorism is needed". The focus, Alfano said, should bedirected at the so-called "lone wolves" by "tracking thosebehaviours based on individual impulses that still represent adanger that must be neutralised". . .